Thanks to foldable screens, flip phones are back– and so are their gratifying noises. WSJ’s Joanna Stern attempts to make a tune out of clicks and clacks that originate from the brand-new Razr and Galaxy Z Flip, and tests them along the way. Picture: Kenny Wassus/ The Wall Street Journal
Personal Innovation With Joanna Stern
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